The role of project manager for the Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP) Action Network programme was too good to ignore, says Brendon Patchett.
Farmers are hearing that Beef + Lamb NZ is “putting your money where our mouth is” as it launches an innovative research partnership.
When Rangiora Lowline cattle breeders Philip and Kay Worthington hit the A&P show circuit it is usually with a small herd of young people as well as animals.
The Horticulture New Zealand board has elected Barry O’Neil as its new president and chairman.
New Zealand scientists are taking a leading role in the global effort to preserve and improve soil health.
Meat processor Alliance says its operating profit dropped 60% because of higher payment to farmer shareholders.
Plant-based proteins pose a threat to the New Zealand dairy industry’s ingredients strategy, says Synlait founder John Penno.
Young people wanting a diverse job and good career prospects should look into horticulture.
The biggest barrier to youngsters choosing careers in agriculture is parents’ thinking that agriculture is “just a dumping ground.”
DairyNZ and Beef + Lamb New Zealand have reached an agreement on how they will split the cost of eradicating Mycoplasma bovis.
This year's supreme winner of the NZI Rural Women NZ Business Awards has some advice for those looking for success.
Real pragmatism is needed in Europe to sort out the trade issues on Brexit, says Beef + Lamb NZ chair Andrew Morrison.
Water storage is more important than ever as climate change causes more severe drought forecasts.
New Zealand’s favourite ice cream brand could soon be sold.
The ‘big thing’ in employing farm staff is to invest in them, says Dunsandel farmer Michael Woodward.
Following the rejection of a school for rural medicine, three universities have another proposal to attract and retain health professionals in rural areas.
Surfboards made of wool are the next front in securing wool’s long-term future for New Zealand’s agricultural sector.
The decision to keep the potato mop top virus in New Zealand may be better for the industry.
Two unsuccessful candidates in the recent Fonterra director election will get another chance to join the board.
The Commerce Commission is to begin their first market study of the retail fuel market, with the final report due in a year’s time.
The red meat sector achieved another record high lambing percentage this spring.
The New Zealand Walking Access Commission Ara Hīkoi Aotearoa (NZWAC) is welcoming the mandatory review of its governing legislation, the Walking Access Act 2008.
Biosecurity New Zealand has directed a vehicle carrier to leave New Zealand waters following the discovery of stink bugs and other regulated pests.
The best primary sector employers were named at the MPI AGMARDT Primary Industries Good Employer Awards.